posted on Jan, 11 2008 @ 03:29 AM
reply to post by ThatsJustWeird
No, it's not wishful thinking, i don't wish a civil war in the US to happen.
I DO wish for the american people to show the politicians their discontent in a way that can't be ignored.
There are two things that just don't exist in politics and mainstream media: honest mistakes and coincidences. And the fact that this happened both
in Iowa and New Hampshire shows more signs of a concerted effort than anything else.
The fact that this, according to you, has happened in every election since the U.S. existed, should be nothing less than another eyeopener, but then,
I doubt that it happened in this scale before the 1980ies. Keep in mind that if Hillary becomes POTUS, the fate of America will have been in the hands
of 2 Families for 2 decades.
I would like to ask the people to watch the elections with raised awareness and produce a rucus if anything suspicious is perceived:
- Get visual evidence when numbers don't add up. Save that stuff on your harddrive, get screenshots and most of all, make them publicly available on
youtube, imageshack or whereever. People have to see the stuff going on.
- Raise awareness when infografics don't show everything. Leaving information out amounts to the same as blatantly lying.
- Ask uncomfortable questions to the media and your representatives, present the gathered information and evidence to them. After all it's you the
people who they have to answer to.
- Organize meetings, rallies and demonstrations to show the politicians that you DO care about what is going on. Also, organize the security of those
events in order to prevent agent provocateurs from ruining the event and the credibility of the issue.